Musical Theater Scripts
Featuring Legends, Folk Tales and a few hard-to-believe actual pieces of history.
Character role models can be found imbedded in folklore, legends, biographies and stories from many nations around the globe. Some have stood the test of time, others are so remarkable they deserve to be told and retold. Bringing these stories to life through drama ensures that the stories become memory-builders.
King Midas and the Golden Touch The King’s wish comes true when everything he touches turns to gold. But there are some things in life more valuable than gold.
Queen Esther of Persia tells the story of a Jewish girl seeming out of place in the ancient empire of Persia, until circumstances help her realize that she actually is in exactly the right place at the right time. (500 B. C.)
Secrets on the Silk Road combines history and stories from both the Chinese and Byzantine Empires as two unidentified monks serve their country with courage and creativity while traveling the Silk Road. (3000 B.C. to 1500 A.D.)
Strength in the Sword spins the tale behind the legendary sword that became King Arthur’s. One legend leads to another in this inspiring drama. (500 A.D. British Isles)
King Alfred the Great, written by the middle school history class of 2020-21, combines two legends and one “hard to believe” factual event to tell the story of how King Alfred became the greatest king of the Anglo-Saxons. (871 A.D. British Isles)
Outrageous Olivia depicts how far the Western World has progressed in the knowledge of health and wellness. You’ll both laugh and shake your head in dismay over how medicine used to be “dispensed.” (1400’s in France)
The scripts and music are royalty-free and can be copied for all students in one performance.
All we ask is that you not share the scripts with other performing groups.